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SINE2020 E-tools work package is holding ECNS2019 satellite event

SINE2020 E-tools work package is holding ECNS2019 satellite event

29/06/2019

SINE2020’s Work Package 8 are holding a satellite workshop just before the ECNS2019 conference in Russia. read more

First ESS Call for Deuteration and Crystallisation Support Now Open

First ESS Call for Deuteration and Crystallisation Support Now Open

04/03/2019

The Deuteration and Macromolecular Crystallisation (DEMAX) Platform at ESS has opened its first call for proposals.

The deadline for proposal submissions is 5th April 2019. read more

Neutrons for Biotech Event

Neutrons for Biotech Event

27/03/2019 - 29/03/2019

SINE2020’s Neutrons for the Biotech Industry event was held last week in Spain. read more


Neutrons for Membrane Biophysics School announced

Neutrons for Membrane Biophysics School announced

15/07/2019 - 19/07/2019

A SINE2020 Supported School on Neutrons for Membrane Biophysics has been announced for July 2019 in Garching, Germany.

Registration opens on 1st April! read more

Joint French-Swedish school on X-rays and Neutrons techniques

Joint French-Swedish school on X-rays and Neutrons techniques

06/03/2019

The Joint French-Swedish school on X-rays and Neutrons techniques for the study of functional materials for energy will be held in Lund, Sweden from 13th-17th May 2019.

This advanced school on X-rays and Neutrons techniques for the study of functional materials for energy is jointly organized by Swedish and French universities and research organisms. read more

Microstrip Gas Chambers at ILL

Microstrip Gas Chambers at ILL

22/02/2019

Our last stop in France on The Road to the ESS explores the work to improve Microstrip Gas Chamber (MSGC) detectors using a novel cathode strip layout that has been investigated at ILL. read more


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